Picking the Best Cabins on the Carnival Pride

A deck-by-deck analysis of the Carnival Pride's best and worst cabins.

Looking for the best cabins on the Carnival Pride? Want to find the cabin with a little larger balcony than most? And what about staying away from undesirable cabins on the Carnival Pride? How do you avoid the worst cabins on the Carnival Pride?

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Carnival Pride Best & Worst Staterooms: Summary

Best Cabins onboard the Carnival Pride: staterooms on Deck 6--the Empress Deck. Decks 5 and 7 also have very good cabins.

Cabins to be wary of onboard the Carnival Pride: staterooms on Deck 1-the Riviera Deck.

Deck-by-Deck Breakdown of the Best and Worst Cabins onboard the Carnival Pride

Deck 1 -- Riviera Deck

***CruiseAdvice.org Warning***

Some cabins on this deck with potential problems

Cabins on the Carnival Pride's Riviera Deck may have some noise concerns because Promenade Deck is directly above. From the clubs and casinos to the aft main dining room, it will be possible to hear the stirrings of humanity up there having fun. However, for the most part this will be occurring when most people are out and about. While we are not suggesting this deck should be completely avoided, some of the worst cabins on the Carnival Pride are on the Riviera Deck. If you are light sleeper, you may prefer a cabin elsewhere, or bring earplugs. You may also consider investing in a wave machine (a sound device available at a specialty retailer like Brookstone -- produces pleasant sounds that can wipe out the unpleasant sounds). 

  • On Deck 1 of the Pride, cabins 1101 and 1102 are nearby the stairs and elevators by the forward lounge area, so your noise factor may be increased.
  • Guests of cabin 1235 on the Carnival Pride describe this stateroom as spacious.
  • Aft on the Carnival Pride's Deck 1, inside cabin 1263 and outside cabin 1265 are nearby the ship's galley. This may not pose too much of a concern at night, but could be a noise problem in the early morning hours.
  • Aft cabin 1240 is close to the dance club on Deck 1 of the Pride. While this might not be a problem for some, there will likely be a bit of party noise to contend with for guests in this cabin.

Related: Carnival Pride Riviera Deck Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

 

Deck 4 -- Main Deck

Deck 4 is right above several major public areas on the ship, such as the main dining rooms and the main lounge. However, given the operating hours of the venues, these are times when most people are out of their cabins so this shouldn't present a concern.

  • Balcony cabins are 4156-4186 and 4204-4224 port side, and 4157-4187 and 4209-4231 starboard on the Main Deck of the Carnival Pride.
  • Aft  on Deck 4 of the Pride, Junior Suites 4226 and 4235 are roomier than standard cabins.
  • Extended balcony staterooms are 4228 and 4237. Both are quite spacious and include Carnival's V.I.P. check-in on the Main Deck of the Pride.
  • Cabins with obstructed views are 4106-4154 and 4188-4202 port side, and cabins 4105-4155 and 4189-4207 starboard on Deck 4 of the Pride.
  • Cabins 4203 and 4205 are right by elevators and are most likely going to be a bit noisy.

Related: Carnival Pride Main Deck Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

 

Deck 5 -- Upper Deck

On the Carnival Pride, Upper Deck cabins are advantageous because the decks just above and beneath only have cabins. The normal noises you would anticipate on a cruise ship are thus buffered. While this is not a high rent section of the Carnival Pride, it is certainly a place where you will find a bit of peace and quiet after a long day of fun.

  • Forward on Deck 5 of the Pride, inside cabins 5102 and 5101 are next to Camp Carnival. While this could be handy for parents traveling with children, these cabins may not be preferable for solo cruisers.
  • You'll find extended balcony cabins from 5108-5130 port side, and 5107-5131 starboard on the Upper Deck of the Carnival Pride.
  • Aft on the Pride's Deck 5, balcony cabins are 5240-5262 port side, and 5143-5245 starboard.
  • Aft cabins 5264 and 5293 are quite roomy.
  • Prime Vista Suites on Upper Deck are staterooms 5266 and 5295. Both feature extended balconies on Deck 5 of the Pride.
  • On Deck 5 of the Carnival Pride, balcony category cabins in the rear of the ship all have highly sought-after rear-facing views (where you typically don't have to worry about the balcony being too windy).
  • Cabins with obstructed views are 5142- 5190 and 5224- 5238 port side, and 5143- 5191 and 5227- 5245 starboard on the Pride's Upper Deck.
  • Cabins 5241 and 5248 are larger than average, but are next to elevators and hence could be a bit noisy during high traffic times on your cruise on the Carnival Pride.

Related: Carnival Pride Upper Deck Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

 

Deck 6 -- Empress Deck

***CruiseAdvice.org Favorite Deck ***
Highly rated by our cruise experts!

The Empress deck is without question the high-rent district of the ship. This is where the Grand Suites (penthouse category cabins) are located. There is also at least one deck of buffer both above and below this deck, so noise tends not to be an issue from common areas. Given that this is where the high-dollar cabins are, this is also where the best cabin stewards are usually assigned. So, if your budget only affords you an inside cabin, reserving one right across from a penthouse might be a very wise investment! Some of the best cabins on the Carnival Pride are on the Empress Deck!

  • Vista Suites 6260 and 6329 feature extended balconies on Deck 6 of the Pride.
  • Inside cabins 6159 through 6211 are small, but do share hall space with Grand Suites and Ocean Suites.
  • If you're looking for a "bowling alley" balcony, guests in cabin 6232 on the Carnival Pride report that the balcony is huge!

Related: Carnival Pride Empress Deck Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

 

Deck 7 -- Verandah Deck

Verandah Deck on the Carnival Pride also has the advantage of having only cabins on the decks just below and beneath it. As mentioned, this does help muffle ship sounds in heavily trafficked areas.

  • Cabins 7298 and 7347 have extended balconies and extra space on the Pride's Verandah Deck.
  • Port side, cabins 7258 and 7260 have larger than average balcony space on Deck 7 of the Carnival Pride.
  • Extended balcony cabins on the Pride's Verandah Deck include 7246-7260 and 7258-7260 port side, and 7157-7237 and 7277-7303 starboard on the Pride's Verandah Deck.
  • Once again, there are a couple of cabins right next to elevators (and they could be noisy). These are cabins 7299 and 7301.

Related: Carnival Pride Verandah Deck Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)

 

Deck 8 -- Panorama Deck

On the Carnival Pride, Panorama Deck does have Lido directly above it, so there will likely be noise from Lido dining areas as well as the scraping of deck chairs as they are moved about when staff are cleaning. Once again, we suggest earplugs or a wave machine for light sleepers.

  • Extended balcony cabins are 8138-8186 and 8220-8234 port side, and 8131-8185 and 8221-8239 starboard on the Pride's Panorama Deck.
  • Aft on Deck 8 of the Carnival Pride, staterooms 8268 and 8273 have prime cabin space and the largest balconies.
  • Cabins 8235 and 8237 are next to elevators and likely to have noise issues.  

Related: Carnival Pride Panorama Deck Deck Plan (clickable deck layout to view individual cabin pictures and amenity lists)



 

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